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f. Report of arrest (record of facts concerning arrest).
g. Report of delinquency (report to soldier's command-
ing officer of offense or violation committed).
h. Record of offenses (card record of offenses com-
mitted by each soldier).
i. Report of traffic violation (report to soldier's com-
manding officer of traffic violation).
j. Property book (record of property taken from pris-
oner during period of confinement).
k. Prisoner's property envelope.
1. Receipt for property (receipt to prisoner for all prop-
erty taken from him).
m. Receipt for prisoner (receipt for prisoner received
by, or turned over by military police to some other organi-
n. Provisional military police pass (temporary pass is-
sued to soldier without pass, or whose pass or furlough has
o. Routine trip report of military police (report of mili-
tary police assigned to ride trains).
p. Lost, found and stolen property records.
q. Tags for marking evidence.
OPERATION OF MILITARY POLICE
29. FUNCTIONS OF DESK SERGEANT. In his oper-
ation of military police headquarters, the desk sergeant per-
forms numerous functions. These include:
a. Assignment of military police to patrols. He should
maintain a map showing the route covered by each patrol,
the locations of telephones and police call boxes, establish-
ments where trouble is apt to occur, and places of import-
ance and interest. (See fig. 5.) In addition to portraying
the situation in the community graphically to personnel of
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United States. War Department. Military police in towns and cities, book, January 1945; Washington D.C.. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc96651/m1/30/: accessed July 21, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.